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Creative Corner - Story starter worksheets for the budding young author. Poetry Worksheets and Activities My Alphabet Poem - Choose from two page designs and write a poem about yourself beginning each line with a letter of the alphabet. Months of the Year Acrostic Poems - This file includes 12 pages, one for each month of the year, providing students with the opportunity to write a new poem each month.
Spring Acrostic Poem - Write a poem about spring and begin each line with a letter from the word spring. Sunflower Acrostic Poem - Write a cheerful, acrostic poem about sunflowers!
Autumn Acrostic Poem - Write a poem about this season using the letters in the word autumn.
Football Acrostic Poem - Write a poem about football and begin each line with a letter from the word football. Write about what this advice means. Quote Worksheet 8 - Do you think Helen Keller said this because she was deaf and blind?
Quote Worksheet 7 - Henry David Thoreau has a simple thought full of meaning. Quote Worksheet 6 - This quote from John Adams is a great talking point for history class! Quote Worksheet 5 - Read this quote.
Do you think Nathan Hale was patriotic? Quote Worksheet 4 - Read this quote from Abigail Adams then write what it means to you and list three ways in which young people can be of service to others. Quote Worksheet 3 - Thomas Paine is quoted here on the importance of character.
Can you write about character then list three honorable character traits? Quote Worksheet 2 - Read this quote from Thomas Jefferson, write about it and tell about a time you rebelled. Quote Worksheet 1 - Do you agree or disagree with Benjamin Franklin?
Either way, write about it! Seed Story Worksheet - Write a story to accompany the pictures. Creative Writing Activity 1 - Write a story to go with the picture of a boy showing his mother something in a box.
Creative Writing Activity 2 - Write a short story about what this cowboy sees in the package. For upper elementary grades.
A Serious Question - This file includes a coloring page with the poem A Serious Question and a worksheet page in which students re-write the poem and draw a picture to accompany it.
Look, Think, and Write Worksheet Set 1 - Select any one of ten different illustrations for your students to write about. Write a Story 1 - Write a story to accompany the picture of a boy chasing a frog.Activities include how-to exercises, writing about events or inventions, compiling a biography, writing a short story based on a given word prompt, writing about a topic from several different perspectives, classroom discussions about a given topic, and more.
Journal Writing Every Day: Teachers Say It Really Works! One of the best things about daily journal writing is that it can take so many forms. Teachers can use journal writing to meet specific goals, or the purpose can be wide open.
Language Arts Worksheets. Our topics are well spread out and really challenege learners that are new or even advanced in topics. Adjectives- Have a go at the descriptive words.; Alphabet Worksheets- Student recognize, color, and write letters that are new to them.; Alphabetic Order - Put letters, single words, and two words in alphabetic order.
Synonyms Worksheets Synonyms Worksheets Practice. A synonym is a word that has nearly the same meaning as another word.
Sample synonyms include; hat/cap, leap/jump, listen/hear etc..). Free printable worksheets for elementary teachers and parents on any topic: math, reading, writing, handwriting and more! Browse our selection of Social Studies worksheets for teaching geography, map skills, communities, elementary economics, explorers, and more.